Bigg Boss 15 saw quite a few couples like Miesha Iyer and Ishaan Sehgaal, Karan Kundrra and Tejasswi Prakash. However, another couple that could have become a hot thing was Rashami Desai and Umar Riaz. The former entered the house as a wild card contestant and fans saw a spark between the two. Soon people started making romantic fan edits of Umar and Rashami along with the name #UmaRash which was coined by them. However, things completely changed when Umar’s fans brutally trolled Rashami when she happened to reveal some personal details of him in an interview. Not just her, they even started bashing her parents and family.
Now, in a recent interview with BBC Hindi, the Uttaran actor spoke about the time when Umar’s fan trolled and harassed her online. She mentioned that people should know their limits. “I think logon ne kafi pasand kiya and Umar ke saath mein main kafi comfortable hu. Maine kabhi itna close friendship and itna strong trust kisipe nahi dikhaya hai, itna kareeb hone ke bawajood bhi. Umar is a nice boy, unki family ko bhi dekha hai, very well behaved and cultured but jab trolling ki baat aayi tab mujhe bohot bura laga ki logoko aapni hadh mein rehna aana chahiye and this is going somewhere else and maine usse unfollow kiya kyuki baat na meri family pe aane lag gayi,” she said, recalling the time when she did an interview with Sidharth Kannan.
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Moreover, Bigg Boss 13 star even revealed why she unfollowed Asim Riaz brother on social media, “Unn cheezon ko logone itna bada kar diya, personal ho rahi hai and then give gaalis to my parents, my niece and nephew. Toh mujhe aisa lagta hai ki apni aukaat apne aapko pata honi chahiye. Itna mehnat, itna kaam karke and I saw it was going somewhere else and I don’t want some unnecessary toxic situation so I unfollowed him and logon ko lagta hai mere and uske beechme kuch chalu hai, actually me kisiko koi platform mein follow karoon ya na karoon, that will not define my relationship.”
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